| What Is Coriander Thuvayal? Lets Find Out
We are talking about Chutney! Yes, in Tamil Nadu it is known as Thuvayal. Thuvayal is mixed with hot rice and few drops of ghee or til oil. It is nutritious, easy and quick to prepare. It can be served on the side of any South Indian snack like idli, dosa or vada.
Prep Time: 20 Mins Cooking Time: 5 Mins
1 Big Bunch Of Coriander Leaves
2 Tsp Mustard Seeds
3 Red Chillies
½ Tsp Of Asafoetida Or Thing
3 Tsp Of Urad Dal Or Black Gram Dal
1 tspn Oil
Medium Marble Sized Tamarind,
Salt To Taste.
1. Stem the coriander leaves. Wash and drain all water.
2. Set aside to dry for sometime.
3. Crackle mustard seeds in a small frying pan. Add urad dal. As the dal turns golden brown add red chillies and asafoetida.
4. Grind the tamarind, coriander leaves, red chillies and salt to a fine paste.
5. Add the mustard seeds, urad dal, and asafoetida in the last stages of grinding, to have a slightly coarse paste or thuvayal.
6. Store in an air tight container.
Serve with hot rice, dosa or vadas.